Part One - The Many Faces of Small Town Living; Part Two - Daily Living as Therapy; Part Three - Conclusion.
Gary Reiss is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has his diploma in process-oriented psychology. He has been in private practice for twenty-seven years. Gary teaches process-oriented psychology world-wide and is on the faculty of the Process Work Center of Portland. He has offices in Eugene, Cottage Grove and Portland, Oregon, and is director of a coun-selling clinic in rural Oregon.
"This book offers important tools for facing some of today's most pressing personal and social problems. Drawing from many sources, it contains a wealth of information to empower you to be an effective world changer." - Arnold Mindel, Ph.D., author of Metaskills, and Working on Yourself Alone; "Gary has rediscovered one of the deepest and most important teachings of universal human spiritual wisdom of the ancients: that our work is nothing less than creation. We are not the fixed product of past experience...Don't miss reading this important and challenging work." - Rabbi Hanan Sills"